A Marina man has been found guilty of beating his wife while their 3 children were present. Rahman Rahmani also violated his wife protective order against him….several times. Rahmani is scheduled to be sentenced April 18th.
The superintendent of the Gonzales Unified School District has been terminated by the school board. The decision was made after parents and others felt that superintendent Liz Modena mismanaged the school’s budget and influenced the school board to not renew the contracts for 3 teachers who had a history of good reviews.
2 people were arrested this morning after search warrants were served at 2 Salinas homes. The swat team deployed for the search, because both places were known as gang hang-outs, and known gang members were believed to be on-site. 25 year-old Eduardo “Eddie” Manriquez and 35 year-old Benjamin Castillo were booked into Monterey county jail.
A proposed project in Sand City could triple the size of that Monterey Peninsula city. The South Of Tioga Development would include 420 residential units (with 85-foot towers) and 216 hotel rooms and a restaurant. The proposed 10.64 – acre site (including some light industrial buildings and some un-developed dunes) is bounded by Tioga, California, and East Avenues.
Claims of inappropriate touching are being investigated. The claim is that a pre-school employee touched a child at Tiny Tots University in Seaside. The facility, which serves 40 children aged 3 to 5 years-old, is housed in the Oldemeyer Center.
The Santa Cruz city council members have approved a second round of permits for the bike share vendor, Social Bicycles to install 27 hub stations for 2 hundred and 50 bikes by the brand Jump to be installed by may of this year. The electric, eight speed, orange colored bikes will be available for two dollars for a thirty minute ride, then seven cents per hour after that. The bikes come with a bell and are required to be locked up at either bike racks or the special bike share hubs.
The Society for the Prevention and Cruelty to Animals also known as the SPCA will be offering two camps this summer for kids who love animals. There will be a horse camp, located in Salinas and an animal camp located in Monterey running Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Registration is open now and it is recommended to register as soon as possible via the SPCA website spcamc.org/camp
The Scotts Valley High School Drama Department will be presenting the Addams Family: A New Musical Comedy from this Friday through April 29th. Curtain time for the Friday and Saturday shows will be 7:30 p.m. and Sunday matinees start at 2 p.m. General admission is $13 for students, and $10 for seniors.
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